EMA announces TimingDesigner 9.2 with interface to Cadence Allegro PCB SI technology - Embedded.com

EMA announces TimingDesigner 9.2 with interface to Cadence Allegro PCB SI technology

EMA Design Automation announced the availability of EMA TimingDesigner 9.2, which interfaces with the Cadence Allegro PCB Signal Integrity (SI) technology. The combination provides users with a complete SI and timing design environment. The TimingDesigner integration with Allegro PCB SI allows customers to do a full signal integrity and timing analysis early in the design phase, with best in class timing reporting technology to quickly and accurately manage timing paths. Engineers can then move their boards to manufacturing with the confidence that the design will operate as expected.

The TimingDesigner graphical interface makes developing and performing analysis on complex timing relationships easy, while enabling review of the entire signal path. Timing can be analyzed across traditional design domains (chip, package, board) allowing timing optimization at the system level. In addition, TimingDesigner 9.2 includes many new features and enhancements. For ASIC and FPGA design customers, this new version includes enhanced support for SDC generation, 65nm and below support for Altera FPGAs, and a new interface to the Actel Libero development environment.

EMA TimingDesigner 9.2 will be available late August with pricing starting at $2,640 for a one-year license.

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